3 Paris Provocateurs: Vetements, Jacquemus, and Courrèges\nFlaunting a healthy defiance of the past, three French labels are upending fashion.\nClothes Encounter \n\n From left: Vetements designer Demna Gvasalia, with stylist Lotta Volkova and DJ Clara 3000, at a friend’s apartment in Paris. Volkova wears Vetements parka. DJ Clara 3000 wears Vetements jacket.\nGvasalia, in bed, with Vetements model and muse Maud Escudie at her apartment in Paris. Escudie wears Vetements.\nVetements fit model Lily Standefer, at home in Paris, wearing pieces from the Vetements spring collection. \n\n Styled by Lotta Volkova\nDJ Clara 3000 wears a Vetements jacket and pants. \n\n Styled by Lotta Volkova. \n\nPhotography assistant: Simon Wellington; fashion assistants: Ting, Laura Tanzer.\nMixed Breed \n\n Simon Porte Jacquemus, with Baco the horse and the model Hayett McCarthy, in Paris. McCarthy and Porte Jacquemus wear Jacquemus.\nThe actress and singer Joana Preiss, wearing Jacquemus. \n\n Styled by James Valeri. \n\nHair by Alexis Parent; makeup by Kathy Le Sant at Airport Agency; photography assistants: Simon Wellington, Christian Bragg; fashion assistant: Lamia Lagha.\nFuture Perfect \n\n Top, from left: Courrèges style director Lolita Jacobs, wearing a look from Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant’s debut collection, with Meyer and Vaillant at their home in Paris.\nJacobs wears Courrèges. \n\nHair by Joseph Pujalte at Atomo Management; MakeUp by Mayumi Oda at Calliste; production by Laura Holmes Production; photography assistants: Simon Wellington, Christian Bragg.